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What Happens to Creativity as We Age?

When we’re older, we know more. But that’s not always an advantage.

Published: August 19, 2017 at 05:30AM

Opinion By ALISON GOPNIK and TOM GRIFFITHS… 66 more words

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Barefoot Girl

“Oh, I see you’re a barefoot girl this morning,” my father said, looking at my feet.

I was indeed barefoot, as is often the case when I’m still in my pajamas. 272 more words

Daily Prompt

Saturday plan

I actually did my hair yesterday before I went to volunteer so I wanted to share a decent picture of myself!

So with the 4 jobs I have today I had to make a plan. 641 more words

Life

elder

time traced on hollowed face
foreshadowing mortality-
confirming resiliency

© Anthony Gorman 2017

image: http://witlart.deviantart.com/art/Happy-old-woman-556993265

Poem

Sights and Sounds

Yesterday my father told me that he was have vision problems.

“Everything is blurry,” he said, “and I feel like I’m seeing double.”

My heart sank. 552 more words

Daily Prompt

Making miracles happen

The program coordinators at AHH sometimes do the impossible for our clients when something unexpected happens. Steffi and Rebecca, who juggle the companions and clients for the volunteer and paid programs, are more often than not able to provide much-needed assistance to clients, even with short notice. 335 more words